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What do Americans think of Brexit?
As Americans celebrate their own independence day, many are concerned that the UK's decision to leave the EU will affect their own investments.
The stateside view: 'We're bailing out China'
The sell-off in China and global market volatility over the last month has kept the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates despite stronger domestic data, according to fund managers.
Nordea hires ING global bond manager
Former ING bond specialist has joined the Nordic group to work on its global bond and emerging market debt portfolios.
Alken boosts Walewski's investment team with double hire
The two new hires will assist the European equity star manager on his €4 billion flagship fund.
Hugh Young: emerging market sell-off 'illogical'
Aberdeen's Asia veteran says he is backing Indonesian companies over Chinese and believes value opportunities in Asia are on the rise.
Bill Gross: now is not time to be greedy
The world’s biggest bond manager says the US and other developed economies’ growth might be challenge as available credit begins to dry up.
Edouard Carmignac begins hunt for a successor
PARIS: Renowned French investor outlines the future for the company and hints at timeline for handover.
Carmignac commodities head steps down
The French firm has hired a manager from Lombard Odier to take over its commodities fund.
Threadneedle bolsters Weldon's US team with JPM hire
The new recruit will join the firm's London-based US equity team led by Cormac Weldon.
Bill Gross: how to avoid being a loser in 2014
Following his worst year in almost two decades, Pimco's Gross says being on the right side of the bond 'seesaw' will make or break investors this year.
Can wealth firms learn from Donkey Kong?
Are video games the prefect tool for making the digital content of wealth firms engaging?
Are shareholder meetings a ‘waste of time’?
Grouping up with other investors and lobbying a company's customers could be the way to get your voice heard.
Secret CEO: wealth managers should be 'closet tracker' police
The FCA should work with the wealth advisory community to protect investors from 'closet trackers', says our secret investment boss.